Crowe's tantalizing film sticks with you. show more
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Visually dazzling but ultimately dizzying ride, a trippy suspenser that gets tripped up on its own deja vu voodoo. show more
This was quite possibly the worst movie I have ever seen. Tom Cruise gives his all as usual, but unforunately it's not enough to save this poor film. This movie is too long and too repetitive. There is not enough of a story line to build on to warrant the length. Had I watched it in theatres versus as home I would have walked out.
when i first saw this movie it captured me in away that had my eyes glued 2 da screen. Wondering who he had killed and what was acutally going on in David Ames head. But at the end this movie really change my views on relationships he had a night full of love with a women he clearly when he first saw struck a lighting bolt 2 his heart. But being a womanizer like a lot of us are he couldn't say no 2 da stalker who was the only woman who he had sex with in da pass week so wat was his mind set of going into the car was it really just to talk or to have sex. Which he didn't do to Sofia, in some way if they did had sex he would've imagine sofia was jullie just like he did in his lucid dream. Sofia truly love david even after the accident she hated how it affected him and she hated that he got in da car. Which cause David into depression and the movie goes on but if he would've thought with one head and not the other and went to work he truly would've found real love. So to me I believe that Vanilla Sky was a good movie with a messsage behind the flashbacks,and fancy camera movement. So in my eyes I see Vanilla Sky more on the lines as a tragedy, parrell to Shakespeare but with less deaths.
I love this movie so much. Pure Magic.